5 Energy Saving Websites You Won’t Want to Miss

5 Energy Saving Websites You Won’t Want to Miss

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We are always looking for new ways to cut down on our energy usage and save money on the utility bills, but with so many energy-saving resources it's often hard to know where to turn.

Every home is unique and will have different energy savings needs.

We've kept that in mind as we've compiled a list of websites for you that offer Tips and Tricks we feel will be valuable in your quest to a greener home.

• www.energysavers.gov
The U.S. Department of Energy created this go-to resource to educate consumers about the best ways to conserve energy. It is one of the most comprehensive sites we've seen.
A year round resource, it provides tips for purchasing appliances, remodeling for energy efficiency, how to save electricity and ways to save money on your heating and cooling bill.

• www.energysavers.gov/tips
www.energysavers.gov/seasonal/index.html
www.energysavers.gov/information_resources/index.cfm/mytopic=60002
Investigate the U.S. Department of Energy’s site further for tips on how to save energy inside your home as well as out.  Tips include low or no-cost suggestions and links to helpful energy related publications as well.

• www.dteenergy.com/residentialcustomers/saveenergy/
Have you ever wondered how your gas and electrical bills are calculated?  DTE Energy’s site offers information about how billing works as well as inexpensive to long-term energy solutions. 

• www.psc.state.fl.us/consumers/house/
An interactive site that includes a diagram of a house allowing you to click on each room in order to get energy-savings tips for that specific room. Posted by the Florida Public Service Commission.

• www.consumerenergycenter.org/tips/index.html
The California Energy Commission has a great site, including a page that lists free and inexpensive ways to save energy in the summer and winter.